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Volume 52 Issue 3 2001

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Contents

  • The material and the symbolic in theorizing social stratification: issues of gender, ethnicity and class Floya Anthias
  • Women and class structure in contemporary Japan1, Sawako Shirahase
  • Class structure in a deeply divided society: class and ethnic inequality in Israel, 1974-1991, Meir Yaish
  • Testing the modernization hypothesis and the socialist ideology hypothesis: a comparative sibling analysis of educational attainment and occupational status, Inge Sieben and Paul M de Graaf
  • Modernization, globalization and the welfare state: a comparative analysis of old and new convergence of social insurance since 1930, Ingalill Montanari
  • Childhood poverty, early motherhood and adult social exclusion, John Hobcraft and Kathleen Kiernan
  • Pension prospects of minority ethnic groups: inequalities by gender and ethnicity, Jay Ginn and Sara Arber
  • A rejoinder to Abell and Reyniers' 'Failure of Social Theory', Manuel Castells

Books reviewed

Pages 547-555

Author Title Reviewer
Aldridge, Alan Religion in the Contemporary World: A Sociological Introduction Stephen Hunt
Diamond, Ian and Jefferies, Julie Beginning Statistics: An Introduction for Social Scientists Richard Lampard
Girling, Evi, Loader, Ian and Sparks, Richard Crime and Social Change in Middle England: Questions of Order in an English Town Eamonn Carrabine
Houtkoop-Steenstra, Hanneke Interaction and the Standardized Survey Interview: The Living Questionnaire Myradh Kinloch
Lee, Raymond M Unobtrusive Methods in Social Research Fiona Devine
Marquand, David and Nettler, Ronald L (eds) Religion and Democracy Alan Aldridge
Ann Oakley Experiments in Knowing: Gender and Method in the Social Sciences Elizabeth B Silva
Smaje, Chris Natural Hierarchies: The Historical Sociology of Race and Caste Ian Varcoe
Wilson, William Julius The Bridge Over the Racial Divide: Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics Colin Mills
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